My city is so small we barely even have a skyline, but Mobile, Alabama (a.k.a. "People who think they saw a Leprechaun viral video city"), which is just 45 minutes away from me, has a rather small, but very nice skyline (and is a very good city). They have the tallest building in Alabama, and the same building is also the tallest building on the Gulf Coast outside of Houston.
EDIT: Moving here soon.
This was taken during the 2013 Mardi Gras season, Mobile was actually where Mardi Gras first started in 1703
Ah, St. Louis. A city filled with corruption, fragmentation, pollution, declining population, abandonment, idiots, racism, tornadoes, floods, no building taller than 600 ft., and an overall lack of competence. But, hey, at least we have the Arch!
In all seriousness, it is a great, albeit frustrating, lazy, and stupid city.
EDIT: Seeing that this picture has already been posted, here is a few more:
A bit blurry, but its a good shot of the city.
Our light rail system, with the Arch in the background.
Our empty, starved downtown. (Seriously, every significant business has left downtown)
^^^^ As a former native Alabamian, I really had no idea that Mobile has the tallest architecture in the state. Interesting...are you sure of that? Nice pic! I used to visit there often to see my kin. The city looks great at night from across the bay at Fairhope.
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